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1. Processed catfish. Product forms, packaging, yields and product mix.

Author(s) : Silva, J. L.; Dean, S.

Publisher : Southern Regional Aquaculture Center (SRAC),

Miscellaneous : SRAC Publications 2001 No.No. 184 pp.4 pp.

2. Processing channel catfish.

Author(s) : Silva, J. L.; Ammerman, G. R.; Dean, S.

Publisher : Southern Regional Aquaculture Center (SRAC),

Miscellaneous : SRAC Publications 2001 No.No. 183 pp.8 pp.

3. Silage additives improve animal performance.

The major factors contributing to the increased use of silage additives are discussed; these include increased awareness of the value of silage in livestock production and the availability of machinery for efficient silage production.

Author(s) : Esmail, S. H. M.

Journal article : Feed Mix 1999 Vol.7 No.5 pp.31-33 ref.20

4. Preserving sludge from meat industry waste waters through lactic fermentation.

The sludge precipitated by chemical purification of effluents contains considerable amounts of proteins and fats which under certain conditions can be used for feeding to animals. The preservation of this material based on lactic fermentation was conducted with the use of Lactobacillus delbrückii...

Author(s) : Urbaniak, M.; Sakson, G.

Journal article : Process Biochemistry 1999 Vol.34 No.2 pp.127-132 ref.13

5. Biochemical characteristics of non starch polysaccharide hydrolyzing enzyme preparations designed as feed additives for poultry and piglet nutrition.

Enzyme preparations used were made of up to 9 (1-3,1-4)-β-glucanase activities and up to 6 xylanase activities with molecular weights in the range 100-18 kDa. Optimum pH, isoelectric point and thermal stability in aqueous solution were variable for the different β-glucanases. Different microbial...

Author(s) : Vahjen, W.; Simon, O.

Journal article : Archives of Animal Nutrition 1999 Vol.52 No.1 pp.1-14 ref.15

6. Caffeine degradation in solid state fermentation by Aspergillus tamarii: effects of additional nitrogen sources.

The ability of Aspergillus tamarii V12A25 to use caffeine as sole nitrogen source was investigated in solid state fermentation (SSF) using two different supports, polyurethane foam (PUF) and sugarcane bagasse. Caffeine can be used in SSF as the sole nitrogen source, the carbon source being...

Author(s) : Hakil, M.; Voisinet, F.; Viniegra-González, G.; Augur, C.

Journal article : Process Biochemistry 1999 Vol.35 No.1/2 pp.103-109 ref.24

7. Contaminant washout in a hydraulically integrated serial turbidostat algal reactor (HISTAR).

A hydraulically integrated serial turbidostat algal reactor (HISTAR) was mathematically modelled and designed for large-scale production of microalgae (for the commercial culture of bivalve molluscs). HISTAR, which combines turbidostats with a series of continuous-flow stirred-tank reactors...

Author(s) : Theegala, C. S.; Malone, R. F.; Rusch, K. A.

Journal article : Aquacultural Engineering 1999 Vol.19 No.4 pp.223-241 ref.21

8. Enhanced organically bound selenium yeast production by fed-batch fermentation.

This study describes a fed-batch fermentation protocol for enhanced production of Saccharomyces cerevisiae containing organically bound selenium. Two levels of sodium selenate concentrations were applied as either a single dose or continuous addition. Fermentations with high sodium selenate (63.2...

Author(s) : Demirci, A.; Pometto, A. L., III; Cox, D. J.

Journal article : Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 1999 Vol.47 No.6 pp.2496-2500 ref.11

9. Effect of fungal treatment on the quality of cellulosic crop residues.

Wheat and gram straw were inoculated with Sporotrichum pulverulentum, Paecilomyces fusisporus or Trichurus spiralis under sterile and non-sterile conditions. Samples were removed 10, 20 and 30 days after inoculation and their nutritive value was determined. S. pulverulentum produced nutritionally...

Author(s) : Dahiya, D. S.; Mann, N. S.; Khatta, V. K.; Kumar, N.

Journal article : Indian Journal of Dairy Science 1999 Vol.52 No.3 pp.183-187 ref.19

10. Use of fermented fish waste as a poultry feed ingredient.

Fish waste was mixed with molasses and fermented with a Lactobacillus plantarum starter culture. The chemical and microbiological characteristics of the final product were determined, including pH, total nitrogen, total volatile nitrogen, nonprotein nitrogen, fat, carbohydrates, dry matter, plate...

Foreign Title :Utilisation des déchets de poisson fermentés par voie biotechnologique en alimentation animale.

Author(s) : Hammoumi, A.; Faïd, A.; Amarouch, H.

Journal article : Cahiers Agricultures 1999 Vol.8 No.3 pp.207-209 ref.3

11. Partial decontamination of rotifers with ultraviolet radiation: the effect of changes in the bacterial load and flora of rotifers on mortalities in start-feeding larval turbot.

Exposure of the rotifer, Brachionus plicatilis, to ultraviolet radiation in 1 mm deep liquid layers at an energy intensity of 38 mW cm-2 reduced the rotifer bacterial load by >90% within 2 min. These radiation doses had no significant effect upon rotifer viability, fatty acid composition,...

Author(s) : Munro, P. D.; Henderson, R. J.; Barbour, A.; Birkbeck, T. H.

Journal article : Aquaculture 1999 Vol.170 No.3/4 pp.229-244 ref.22

12. A new mixed yeast culture - a producer of fodder protein on the basis of wood hydrolyzates able to supersede the conditionally pathogenic Candida tropicalis strains in industrially used populations.

A new mixed yeast culture CK that can be used as a producer of fodder protein on the basis of wood hydrolysates has been selected. The CK culture could utilize the so called "blown" industrial hydrolysate (which means partially purified from growth inhibitors) from Bobruisk Hydrolyze Plant with RS...

Author(s) : Kapul'tsevich, Yu. G.; Bliznik, K. M.

Journal article : Biotekhnologiya 1999 Vol.15 No.2 pp.41-45 ref.3

13. Propionibacteria and their role in the biological control of aerobic spoilage in silage.

A review. Silage fermentation has been the subject of much research both on factors influencing the efficiency of preservation and biotechnological approaches to manipulate what is essentially an uncontrolled process. However, although the predictability of the fermentation and, consequently,...

Author(s) : Merry, R. J.; Davies, D. R.

Journal article : Lait 1999 Vol.79 No.1 pp.149-164 ref.87

14. The effect of Lactobacillus buchneri and L. plantarum, applied at ensiling, on the ensiling fermentation and aerobic stability of wheat and sorghum silages.

The effect of applying L. buchneri (LB), alone or in combinations with L. plantarum (LP) and yeasts at ensiling, on the ensiling fermentation and aerobic stability of wheat and sorghum silages was studied under laboratory conditions. Treatments comprised LB, LP, yeasts, LB + yeasts, LP + yeasts, LB ...

Author(s) : Weinberg, Z. G.; Szakacs, G.; Ashbell, G.; Hen, Y.

Journal article : Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology 1999 Vol.23 No.3 pp.218-222 ref.13

15. Production of phytase by Aspergillus niger in submerged and solid-state fermentation.

Qualitative relationships between medium composition, Aspergillus niger morphology, and phytase production were investigated in submerged (SmF) and solid-state fermentations (SSF). Media composition and fungal morphology greatly affected phytase production in submerged culture. Addition of wheat...

Author(s) : Papagianni, M.; Nokes, S. E.; Filer, K.

Journal article : Process Biochemistry 1999 Vol.35 No.3/4 pp.397-402 ref.28

16. Theoretical aspects of the utilization of lactic acid bacteria preparations for ensiling of grass.

An overview is given of the use of lactic acid bacteria in silage additives in the context of Russian feed production, with reference being made to the following: the low DM content of the freshly-cut grass commonly ensiled in Russia; effects of open-air drying of grass prior to ensiling; and...

Author(s) : Pobednov, Yu. A.; Khudokormov, V. V.

Journal article : Kormoproizvodstvo 1999 No.No. 12 pp.29-32

17. Screening of thermophilic lactic acid bacteria producing bacteriocins in the tropics.

Bacteriocin-like activity (BLA) was screened in 50 and 30 strains of thermophilic lactic acid bacteria isolated from silages and fermented vegetables, respectively. BLA of the isolates against some bacterial strains was hardly detected by the paper disk method, while in the isolates of 50 strains...

Author(s) : Ohmomo, S.; Kobayashi, M.; Yajima, M.; Suyanandana, P.; Budka, P.; Somchai, P.

Journal article : JARQ, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly 1999 Vol.33 No.2 pp.125-131 ref.15

18. Influence of dairy Penicillium spp. on nutrient content of citrus fruit peel.

The aim of the study was to improve the nutritional value of bergamot fruit peel by solid-state fermentation with 3 strains of Penicillium camembertii and 7 strains of Penicillium roquefortii. To assess the effect of their growth on the chemical composition of the substrate, the following...

Author(s) : Scerra, V.; Caridi, A.; Foti, F.; Sinatra, M. C.

Journal article : Animal Feed Science and Technology 1999 Vol.78 No.1/2 pp.169-176 ref.13

19. High-quality silage from wilted grass.

Grass was cut and wilted to 35-45% DM and ensiled for up to 60 days without any additive or with an osmotolerant strain of lactic acid bacteria, Kofasil-Lak, at 5 g/t. From day 4 to day 60 of silage making, the added bacterial strain decreased the pH of the silage and the enterobacterial count per...

Author(s) : Pobednov, Yu. A.; Evtisova, S. Kh.; Get'man, O. A.

Journal article : Kormoproizvodstvo 1998 No.No. 1 pp.25-28

20. Solid state fermentation of palm kernel meal by using Aspergillus niger.

Palm kernel meal was subjected to solid state fermentation using A. niger wild type and NRRL 337. Fermentation was carried out at 30°C for 3 days followed by an enzymic process at room temperature and 40°C for 2 days. On the third day of fermentation, spore germination was observed on the surface....

Foreign Title :Fermentasi bungkil inti sawit secara substrat padat dengan menggunakan Aspergillus niger.

Author(s) : Supriyati; Pasaribu, T.; Hamid, H.; Sinurat, A.

Journal article : Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner 1998 Vol.3 No.3 pp.165-170 ref.16

21. Single cell protein production from delignified corn stover and its quality evaluation.

Production of single cell protein (SCP) by a fungus, Arachniotus sp. was investigated by using 1% NaOH-treated maize stover (7.5%) as substrate. Addition of yeast extract and cane molasses enhanced SCP production. Maximum CP was recovered from the optimum culture medium containing 0.1% yeast...

Author(s) : Asgher, M.; Yaqub, M.; Barque, A. R.

Journal article : Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences 1998 Vol.35 No.1/4 pp.7-10 ref.16

23. A continuous fermentation of Kluyveromyces fragilis for the production of a highly nutritious protein diet.

To develop a novel yeast diet, production of Kluyveromyces fragilis was carried out in aerobic continuous culture. With a 2.5% fructose medium, the maximum biomass productivity of the chemostat was 4.81 g litre-1 h-1. At low dilution rates (D < 0.17/h) aerobic ethanol synthesis was almost not...

Author(s) : Kim JoongKyun; Tak KeonTae; Moon JungHye

Journal article : Aquacultural Engineering 1998 Vol.18 No.1 pp.41-49 ref.14

24. The use of lactic acid bacteria as starter cultures for the conservation of green forages.

Experiments started in 1989 in Germany showed that mixtures of Lactobacillus casei and L. rhamnosus or L. casei, Enterococcus faecium and L. delbrueckii improved silage quality by reducing the formation of butanoic acid and the decomposition of proteins. In 1997 farm experiments with mixtures of L. ...

Author(s) : Idler, C.; Richter, K.; Idler, F.

Publisher : Lithuanian Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Raudondvaris, Lithuania

Conference paper : Field technologies and environment. Proceedings of the International Conference, Raudondvaris, Lithuania, 24-25 September 1998. 1998 pp.121-126 ref.8

25. Bromatological indicators of sugar cane fermented under two layer heights with bovine faeces and urea.

Clean crushed sugarcane was mixed 70:30 (fresh weight basis) with bovine faeces, then 0.5% nutrient elements and 0, 0.5 or 1% urea were added and the mixture was fermented for 48 h under rustic conditions as a layer 15 or 20 cm high (measured from the concrete floor). The bromatological (proximate) ...

Author(s) : Carrasco, E.; Bocourt, R.; Elias, A.; Febles, I.

Journal article : Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 1998 Vol.32 No.3 pp.257-260 ref.12